Who Are We?We at Restoration, sometimes also called UUCR, are a diverse and genuinely friendly group of people. Join us for Sunday services each week in our air-conditioned sanctuary at 11 am and for our coffee hour afterwards. Sunday school and child care are available. Summer services are followed by a potluck coffee hour.
Restoration is now Handicapped Accessible!
Restoration features a ramp to the main sanctuary and a recently completed wheelchair lift to the Social Hall beneath. A handicapped restroom has been created on the lower level to make our Fellowship Hall more accessible to our congregants, visitors and renters. CHECK HERE for photos.
Some of us after coffee hour on a sunny Sunday. CLICK HERE for an enlargement.
We welcome people from any religious background who seek personal and spiritual growth in an extended family atmosphere.
Our denomination has no creed or doctrinal tests. All who are in sympathy with our beliefs and are willing to join us in supporting the goals of this church and the principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association are welcomed into membership.
Restoration is a Social Justice Loving Congregation!
|Social justice is a long tradition at Restoration. Going back to the 1960s when the congregation worked with other community groups to fight "redlining" in Mt. Airy until today, as we work actively in the Black Lives Matter movement, Restoration has a strong, spiritual commitment to love and justice. Restoration recently voted to become a member of POWER Philadelphia and we have long participated in the work of UUPLAN. If you would like to get more involved, or simply get more information, please feel free||
to contact Rev. Dr. Kathy Ellis or Director of Community and Social Justice Ministries, María E. McCabe.
You may also click on the calendar link to the left for a list of social justice related events.
SOCIAL JUSTICE & COMMUNITY MINISTRIES eNEWSLETTER.
Weekly Vigil of Prayer and Witness
The Black Lives Matter movement continue to gain vital momentum and Restoration continues to "Stand on the Side of Love." It has now been about six months since we began our weekly vigils for justice in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. For many of us it has become an important spiritual practice.
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If you would like to know more about our denomination, please click on our Unitarian Universalist Organizations link or the Unitarian Universalist Association's Site, below.
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